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Philip Rathle & Max De Marzi

Neo4j Team

Philip Rathle has a passion for building great products that help users solve tomorrow’s challenges. He spent the first decade of his career building information solutions for some of the world’s largest companies: first with Accenture, then with Tanning Technology, one of the world’s top database consultancies of the time, as a solution architect focusing on data warehousing and BI strategy. At Neo4j, he serves as the VP of Products.

Max De Marzi is a graph database enthusiast. He built the Neography Ruby Gem, a REST API wrapper to the Neo4j graph database. He is addicted to learning new things, loves a challenge and finding pragmatic solutions. Max De Marzi writes regularly about Neo4j on his blog.

Latest Posts by Philip Rathle & Max De Marzi

Learn how Neo4j enables retail IT organizations to efficiently address network and IT management

Retail & Neo4j: Network & IT Management for Retailers

In order to re-invent the value chain from linear to circular and highly connected, retailers need to modernize their IT infrastructure rapidly and cost-effectively. In addition, web-based retailers must find a way to handle scale and sophistication to remain competitive. After all, Amazon –... read more

Learn how Neo4j enables you to adjust complex retail pricing and revenue management in real time

Retail & Neo4j: Pricing & Revenue Management

It’s never been easier for customers to comparison shop. In a matter of minutes, customers can compare prices for a specific product across a dozen stores — and all from the comfort of home. They can even compare prices and purchase from a competitor while shopping at a different... read more

Learn how Neo4j brings simplicity to the complex challenge of supply chain visibility and management

Retail & Neo4j: Supply Chain Visibility & Management

Now more than ever, supply chains are vast and complex. Products are often composed of different ingredients or parts that move through different vendors, and each of those parts may be composed of subparts, and the subparts may come from still other subparts and other vendors from various parts... read more

Learn how the Neo4j Graph Platform powers ecommerce delivery service routing in this eBay case study

Retail & Neo4j: Ecommerce Delivery Service Routing

As a retailer, if you think keeping up with Amazon is expensive and time-consuming, consider the alternative: extinction. When it comes to delivery and fulfillment, Amazon is the uncontested emperor of ecommerce. Yet, their efficiency in tracking and delivering orders isn't a complete secret:... read more

Learn how Neo4j is used for customer experience personalization with this global retailer case study

Retail & Neo4j: Customer Experience Personalization

To remain viable, today's retailers must be nimble enough to face their colossal online competition while also addressing another new reality of retail: The customer is now at the center of the value chain. In order to adapt to these new realities, retailers must have real-time control of... read more

Learn how Neo4j is used for product recommendations and personalized promotions in the retail sector

Retail & Neo4j: Personalized Promotion & Product Recommendations

Today’s retailers face a number of complex and emerging challenges. Thanks to lower overhead and higher volume, online behemoths like Amazon can deliver products faster and at a lower price, driving smaller retailers out of business. In order to compete, retailers need a new approach –... read more